Integrated Reasoning: Table Analysis Example Problem #3

June 25, 2012 in Example Problems, Integrated Reasoning

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multi-source reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from the TestMasters Integrated Reasoning question bank.  Check back soon for more sample problems and solutions! PROBLEM: The table shows various physical characteristics of the 5 lakes in fictional country Westeros Lake Depth (meters) Volume (cubic […]

GMAT Integrated Reasoning: Multi-Source Reasoning Example Problem #2

June 18, 2012 in Example Problems, Integrated Reasoning

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multisource reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from the TestMasters Integrated Reasoning question bank.  Check back soon for more sample problems and solutions! PROBLEM: TAB 1 – TECHNIQUES: A detective analyzes crime scenes using one or more of the techniques described below–all but […]

Integrated Reasoning: Two-Part Analysis Example Problem #3

June 11, 2012 in Example Problems, Integrated Reasoning

Starting June 5, 2012, the GMAT contains a new section called Integrated Reasoning.  This 30-minute section has 12 questions of four different types: two-part analysis, multisource reasoning, table analysis, and graphics interpretation.  Below is a sample problem and solution from the TestMasters Integrated Reasoning question bank.  Check back soon for more sample problems and solutions! PROBLEM: Giordano Bruno, the Renaissance philosopher, must have been a spy for England during the time he served in the […]

Integrated Reasoning Section: Table Analysis

April 17, 2012 in Example Problems, Integrated Reasoning, New GMAT

What The Questions Look Like: Sortable Table – You will be given a table of data with columns you can arrange in numeric or alphabetical order.  Sometimes, there will be brief text explaining the data or providing additional information. Answer Statements – You will be given a set of answer statements with two opposing options (true/false, yes/no, etc.) and asked to indicate which opposing answers are accurate based on the information in the table. Strategies: […]

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